Jalal al-Shuweidi a member of the parliament in Tripoli, said on Monday that statements by UN envoy Ghassan Salameh, which he described as “futile,” and the failure to mention explicitly that Khalifa Hifter is the perpetrator of these crimes, makes him the first responsible for the continued support of Hifter in targeting civilians And children.
In a statement to Al-Raed Media Network, Al-Shuwaihdi explained that the position that should be taken from the legitimate authorities in Libya is to stop dealing with Ghassan Salama on a personal level, pointing out that “salama movements are suspicious and help in the coup against the recognized legitimacy.” Security Council and the United Nations represented by Salama in Libya. ” as he says.
Mohamed Gannouno the spokesman for the Government of National Accord Internationally supported, said Sunday that the forces of the war criminal Hifter invading the multinational committed new crimes today against civilians, when they tried again to sneak into Tripoli and found the lions that applied them and forced them to flee.
Gannano added, In a press briefing of the military strikes, Operation Volcano of Wrath, read by “Og”: “The UAE air force launched a march in support of war criminal Hifter today, raids targeted a residential neighborhood in Al-Sawani area and led to casualties including a woman and a child and more than 10 wounded.”
On April 4, Khalifa Hifter announced the launch of an operation to “liberate” the capital Tripoli from “militias and armed groups”, in conjunction with the announcement of the UN envoy in Libya, the holding of the National All-Inclusive Forum, from 14 to 16 April. The past in Ghadames.
The Secretary-General of the Arab League called on all Libyan parties to exercise restraint and reduce the state of escalation field resulting from the recent military moves in the western regions of the country, and to commit to the political path as the only way to end the crisis in Libya, and return to the dialogue aimed at reaching a national settlement exclusively to get the country out of the crisis that live it.
Libya has been in a political and military crisis since 2011, where two parties are currently fighting for power: the Government of National Accord the Internationally supported, led by Faiz al-Sarraj, and the second, the interim government of eastern Libya, supported by the House of Representatives in Tobruk.